5 Megapixel Resolution: The captured video can have an image size of up to 5 megapixel resolution. The camera can capture a much more comprehensive area than a standard VGA or full-HD camera, which results in a reduced number of cameras required and an increased precision in monitoring the critical areas. It is especially suitable for monitoring wide open indoor spaces such as building entrances, airports, or applications requiring accurate identification.
CMOS Image Sensor: CMOS sensors give a high picture quality as well as the good sensitivity at both bright and dark locations. CMOS sensors have the advantage of seamless integration in mainstream semiconductor CMOS fabrication processes used to produce other common integrated circuits, so we can have a low cost and high quality image sensor for use in IP cameras.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range): WDR technology is utilized by security cameras to produce vivid images even when bright and dark areas exist simultaneously in the camera’s field of view.
SDNR (Smart Dynamic Noise Reduction): RedLeaf cameras use a complex method that performs signal processing on the fixed and moving parts of each frame separately. This smart technology combines the results of 2D and 3D NR signal processing which results in a crisp and high quality image output.
Maple Series: The Maple series is the premium line of RedLeaf products incorporating the most advanced technologies in video security industry. Inspired by Canadian Flag also known as l'Unifolié in French as well as RedLeaf Inc.’s own logo, this line of products offer the state-of-the-art features of RedLeaf video security solutions. The products of Maple series target large businesses and enterprise clients and those who don’t accept any compromise in their video security project.
H.264 Platform Support: H.264, also known as MPEG-4 Part 10, is the latest MPEG standard for video encoding. H.264 is expected to become the video standard of choice in the coming years, because an H.264 encoder can reduce the size of a digital video file by more than 80% compared with the Motion JPEG format and as much as 50% more than with the MPEG-4 standard without compromising image quality. This means that much less network bandwidth and storage space are required for a video file. Or seen another way, much higher video quality can be achieved for a given bit rate.